You will need exchange administrator rights. You can then modify permissions in outlook on the property page of the public folders. You can also modify them using PFDAVAdmin; download version 2.8 and install it on your pc, not the exchange server. Without exchange admin rights you will not be able to modify any permissions on any folder you are not the owner of already.
Last Wiki Answer Submitted: June 3, 2008 9:25 am by Patelmanojk50 pts.